Dilantin Stevens Johnson Cases Reported to FDA

The anticonvulsant Dilantin has allegedly caused hundreds of individuals to develop Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a dangerous skin condition. As a result, over 100 Dilantin SJS lawsuits have been filed that have claimed that Pfizer was aware of Dilantin side effects but... Read More »

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Cert. Sought in Welch’s Mislabeling Class Action Lawsuit

Lead plaintiffs in the Welch mislabeling class action lawsuit filed a motion for certification of the proposed nationwide Class of consumers and a subclass of California consumers last week. The Welch’s mislabeling class action lawsuit was originally filed in 2012. In it,… Read More »

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Widow Awarded $7.7M in Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

The widow of a retired school bus driver, who allegedly died from medical conditions caused by on-the-job asbestos exposure, has been awarded $7.7 million by a federal jury. The asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit claims that Lewis N. died on September 2012 at the... Read More »

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Smartphone Privacy Class Action Claims Partially Denied

A federal district judge partially granted and partially denied the defending companies’ motion to dismiss the second consolidated amended class action lawsuit filed in the ongoing smartphone privacy multidistrict litigation In re: Carrier IQ Inc. Consumer Privacy Litigation. In his order, the judge… Read More »

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Lawyers Pursuing GM Ignition Switch Defect Cases

Though representing clients in the massive General Motors faulty ignition switch recall has been challenging for many law firms due to the hefty cost of litigation, stringent settlement restrictions and tort reform that caps awards for non-economic and punitive damages, some law... Read More »

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Kirin Beer False Advertising Class Action Settlement

A false advertising class action lawsuit settlement against Anheuser-Busch Cos. LLC has been reached, and will resolve allegations the company gave the impression its Kirin Ichiban beer is brewed in Japan, when it is in fact it is made in the United... Read More »

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J&J Claims Ethicon Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits Were Illegally Solicited

Johnson & Johnson stated in a court filing last week that unknown callers are illegally soliciting women to file fraudulent lawsuits against its Ethicon division over non-existent transvaginal mesh complications so they can collect settlements. Johnson & Johnson and their Ethicon subsidiary are in... Read More »

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Peripheral Neuropathy Causes: What You Need to Know

Several antibiotics have been associated with cases of peripheral neuropathy nerve damage. Fluoroquinolone (quinolones) drugs are strong antibiotics that are commonly prescribed and used across the country. However, the side effects of quinolone antibiotics such as Levaquin, Ciprofloxin, Avelox and others may... Read More »

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Class Action: United Airlines Does Not Offer Lowest Fare

United Airlines, Inc. was hit with a class action lawsuit alleging that the airline does not honor its “Low Fare Guarantee” promise of airfare for tickets sold on its website when tickets are purchased as a group. “Specifically, Defendant represents and guarantees… Read More »

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Plaintiff Claims Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Xarelto Lawsuit

Drug giants Bayer and Janssen Pharmaceuticals have been named as defendants in a recent Xarelto lawsuit, alleging that they purposely concealed important safety information from the medical community, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the public. The Xarelto lawsuit additionally... Read More »

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Lipitor Diabetes MDL Expands to Include Tenn. Resident

A Lipitor MDL has expanded as more individuals filed complaints concerning Lipitor side effects. Pfizer’s cholesterol drug has allegedly caused thousands of individuals, especially women, to develop Lipitor type-2 diabetes side effects. Recently, a Tennessee resident's individual Lipitor diabetes lawsuit joined the Lipitor... Read More »

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